A Statement from Jon and Julie, Owners of Hael Farm Cottages

Thank you to all our guests, present and future, for their patience this year. We have received some good news, under COVID 19 regulations in Wales and England we can again welcome guests from Wales from November 9th onwards, providing they can comply with the rules relating to: a maximum of 2 households per property; …

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Blue Pool Bay

Image above By Nigel Davies, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=9309928 Blue Pool Bay is a small cove with a natural lagoon close to Llangennith, however it gets fully covered at High Tide. This little cove is reached by a rugged footpath or via Broughton Bay to the east. Both routes can be challenging, can only be accessed …

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History of Pennard Castle – the ruins that once helped command Gower

Pennard Castle, a short drive from Hael Farm Cottage, is one of the most iconic ruins in Gower, though many modern day estate agents would envy it’s commanding sea views. Pennard Castle is perched on the edge of the valley of the Pennard Pill, with a sheer drop below to the north and west. From …

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Llangenith – A Surfer’s Paradise and Beach Lover’s Dream

Driving down the hill towards Llangennith offers stunning views across the Gower coastline, and Llangennith is one of the jewels in the peninsula. Accessed at the Western End of the Gower Peninsula, Llangennith Beach is often called a ‘surfer’s paradise’ – if there’s swell, you are bound to see surfers on this trendy beach, and …

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